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Minimum Effective Dose: A Study of Flowback and Produced ...
Minimum Effective Dose: A Study of Flowback and Produced ...

reuse, its wastewater—,flowback, and produced ,fluid,—continues to become more important. A large percentage of the activity in the US happens to be in areas with ,water, scarcity, like Texas, northern Oklahoma, and North Dakota. There are two challenges when reusing wastewater for fracs: logistics and ,water quality,.

Fracking Wastewater & Saltwater Sourcing Treatment ...
Fracking Wastewater & Saltwater Sourcing Treatment ...

UV and oxidation treatments are then used to effectively neutralize microbes and destroy residual polymers if any are left over from frac ,flowback,. In addition to recycling produced ,water, for use as frac ,water, or reinjection for waterflood EOR, we can apply ,oilfield water treatment solutions, to improve the ,quality, of ,water, destined for disposal.

Current Situation - Water Resources Used in Hydrofracking
Current Situation - Water Resources Used in Hydrofracking

Special trailer systems are implemented by these companies to on-site treat the ,flowback water, for conversion back to a state that is acceptable for ,reuse, in the fracking process (Henricks) (Fig 3). This makes recycling fracked ,water, of economical interest for many companies since it will severely reduce transportation costs associated with bringing contaminated ,water, to treatment …

Abstract: Sourcing Disposal and Reuse of Water for ...
Abstract: Sourcing Disposal and Reuse of Water for ...

Strict source ,water quality requirements, also limit the potential for ,flowback reuse, as fracture ,water,. Conversely, slickwater ,fracturing, solution is not as affected by source ,water quality,, allowing higher TDS waters to be used without pretreatment. This also allows for the ,flowback, to be more readily reused in ,fracturing, operations. Examining ...

Recovered Water Management Study in Shale Wells
Recovered Water Management Study in Shale Wells

phase ,requirements, and commercial viability. • ,Flowback water,: the ,water, that returns to the surface from the wellbore within the first months after hydraulic ,fracturing,. ,Flowback water, is primarily composed ,of fracturing, fluids and sand (or other material used as proppant in the process). It may also contain some ,water, from the formation.

Investor engagement on fracking: Water use and quality ...
Investor engagement on fracking: Water use and quality ...

Apart from ,water, availability, ,water quality, and pollution from fracking operations need to be mitigated and minimised. ,Water, is used in numerous parts of the fracking process: It is required for the fracking ,fluid,, which contains various chemicals and a proppant (usually sand) to create fissures in the rock.

Study on Fluid-Rock Interaction and Reuse of Flowback ...
Study on Fluid-Rock Interaction and Reuse of Flowback ...

Hydraulic ,fracturing, requires a large volume of fresh ,water,, which is difficult and expensive to obtain in the desert area such as Tarim Basin. Currently, ,flowback fluid, is typically transported to the sewage treatment plant and then discharged after reaching environmental ,requirements,; however, this is not only costly, but also a waste of ,water, resource.

Processing and Recycling of Waste Flowback Fracturing ...
Processing and Recycling of Waste Flowback Fracturing ...

The results of laboratory tests of the ,flowback fluid, properties showed that there was more than 60% of weighing additive residual in the ,flowback fluid,, most of which could be recycled. The contents of suspended solids and high-valence metal ions in ,flowback, fluids far exceeded the required ,water quality, standard for discharge, and they had to be processed to re-compound ,fracturing, …

Optimal Pretreatment System of Flowback Water from Shale ...
Optimal Pretreatment System of Flowback Water from Shale ...

This paper provides key observations for the potential risks of shale gas drilling and hydraulic ,fracturing, on the ,quality, of ,water, resources and include: (1) stray gas contamination of shallow groundwater overlying shale gas basins; (2) pathways and hydraulic connectivity between the deep shale gas formations and the overlying shallow drinking ,water, aquifers; and (3) inadequate disposal of produced and ,flowback, …

Processing and Recycling of Waste Flowback Fracturing ...
Processing and Recycling of Waste Flowback Fracturing ...

The results of laboratory tests of the ,flowback fluid, properties showed that there was more than 60% of weighing additive residual in the ,flowback fluid,, most of which could be recycled. The contents of suspended solids and high-valence metal ions in ,flowback, fluids far exceeded the required ,water quality, standard for discharge, and they had to be processed to re-compound ,fracturing, fluids.

Meeting Emerging Needs of the Water-Energy Nexus ...
Meeting Emerging Needs of the Water-Energy Nexus ...

quantities of flowback and formation water generated during the fracturing process must be treated before recycling, beneficial reuse or disposal. Typically 10 – 20 percent returns within 7 – 14 days with a rapid decline in quality and quantity. Shale produced water typically refers to water produced during the

Hydraulic Fracturing in California: Water Quality Protection
Hydraulic Fracturing in California: Water Quality Protection

Hydraulic Fracturing, in California: ,Water Quality, Protection May 14, 2013 ... the planned volume of ,water, and ,fluid, to be used, and the planned disposition of waste products. ... and procedures to maximize recycling and ,reuse, of ,flowback, or produced ,water,.3 The

Treatment of high viscosity fracturing flowback by ...
Treatment of high viscosity fracturing flowback by ...

The viscosity ,of fracturing flowback, was relatively high due to the guar gum. Therefore, the ,fracturing flowback, was different from conventional oilfield wastewater, which couldn't be treated by flocculation and sedimentation directly. Hence, degrading the molecular chain of guar gum was essential for the subsequent treatment process.

THESIS A COMPARISON OF ELECTROCOAGULATION AND …
THESIS A COMPARISON OF ELECTROCOAGULATION AND …

oil and gas industry should be to recycle and reuse 100% of flowback and produced water in the creation of hydraulic fracturing fluid for other production wells, creating a closed-loop system. Before flowback and produced water can be reused, treatment of the water is required.

Recovered Water Management Study in Shale Wells
Recovered Water Management Study in Shale Wells

phase ,requirements, and commercial viability. • ,Flowback water,: the ,water, that returns to the surface from the wellbore within the first months after hydraulic ,fracturing,. ,Flowback water, is primarily composed ,of fracturing, fluids and sand (or other material used as proppant in the process). It may also contain some ,water, from the formation.

WATER WASTE ENERGY
WATER WASTE ENERGY

• Produced ,Water, – Any ,water, that flows from a well as a result of oil and gas operation • ,Flowback, – After a well is stimulated injection ,fluid, will ,flow back, during well testing • Proppant – Solids added to frac solution to hold fractures open • Scaling Tendency – Driving force for precipitation • TSS

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